Earlier this morning Google officially unveiled the brand new upgrade to the Google Play Store. There isn’t much different in terms of core functionality, but significant user interface changes make it look akin to Google’s card-style layout featured in apps like Google Keep and Google Now. It also features a whole lot more categories of interest and suggestions on the home page.
If you wanted to see how things have changed for yourself, though, you won’t have to wait for the rollout to hit you. The APK has been uploaded for all to download. This is a rather simple affair — download it, transfer it to your phone, and install it as you would any other app that isn’t in the Play Store. This version — 4.0.25 — will be installed on top of your current Play Store installation as if the update had come through over-the-air, so get to it and let us know what you think in the comments below!
[Mediafire, thanks Da_Jorge!]
- Project Ara will run on modified Android L version
- Data-free 'Cosmos Browser' now available for Android
- Motorola Droid Turbo benchmark shows Snapdragon 805, 3GB RAM, and more
- Google provides new details on preparing apps for Android Auto